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Originally Posted by qpc68
The freshwater flounder you are talking about is not a fish to get if you are trying to show how well you keep hard fish. That flounder is extremely hard to get to eat properly and seems to die for no reason what so ever (ive had 4 and know more people who have made attemps at keeping them.)
Bloodworms, Blackworms, and snails is what i hear alot of people feed them.
They will eat themselves to death (this is purely off reading) i have read that they only need to be feed 3 blood/black worms and only 1 or 2 snails (that are smaller then their eye) every other day. Not 100% sure though...
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